Philosophy is mostly interested in discovering new factual data.
Philosophy and art are different in that philosophy argues ... [Show More] for a view while art usually just expresses it.
Philosophy evaluates everything including issues of faith.
The goal in doing philosophy is to start as best as one can from a completely neutral position on every issue.
Cultivating a worldview, as Foreman describes it, is something everyone has done.
The one below that is NOT one of the benefits described in the reading of examining and evaluating our beliefs:
Philosophers largely agree on most issues. That is why they get along with each other so well.
A process of education that forces students to think through and clarify their beliefs by asking them questions is called the:
The five main reasons given in the reading for why developing the mindset in general includes all but the following:
Philosophy aids theology by:
To offer a defense for the Christian faith from outside attacks is the task of:
According to the reading, it is possible to do hermeneutics without doing philosophy, however you never should.
The problems listed in the reading with the view that “Christians don’t need philosophy, we have the Bible,” include the following:
A principle of interpretation where one finds a principle in scripture and applies it to an example in current times.
The presentation says we should be prepared to explain the literary and historical context of a passage of scripture if we are going to use that passage as support in an argument.
The presentation says the Bible adequately addresses almost every philosophical issue and question.
In the presentation, which of the following was NOT within the guidelines recommended for the “critical use” of scripture in doing philosophy:
In the presentation, “critical usage” of scripture means:
The presentation suggests that a neutral approach is unattainable because we all need a starting point for doing philosophy.
The word “philosophy” comes from a combination of two Greek terms. Give the meaning that goes along with each term. [Show Less]